As the panel unfolded, it became clear that Stony Brook University’s handling of the Africana Studies Department since its establishment in 1968 has been poorly managed, to say the least, demonstrating a larger issue at the university and within academia as a whole.
Community among queer folks is incredibly important, especially for young people who may not have grown up seeing positive representations of happy queer people.
Between their chilling vocal harmonies and impressive musicianship, Seeing Double rivals bands that have been in the industry for years.
The Press gained exclusive access to security footage from the kitchen, revealing the extent of Ramsay’s displeasure at the state of Stony Brook’s food. “These tater tots are greasier than Wolfie’s neutered — fucking — bollocks!” he yelled, tossing a fryer backwards into the air and causing grease and potato pellets to rain down on staff.
Welcome to Unlabeled, The Press’ new podcast exploring gender and sexuality unbound by labels. In our first episode, hosts Samantha Aguirre and Antonio Mochmann discuss how labels inform our identities with guests Dmitry Khrabrov, Komal Grewal and Jenna Zaza.
Coated in Southern gothic aesthetics and spiritual motifs, singer-songwriter Hayden Silas Andhedönia, better known as the notorious Ethel Cain, journeys through the daunting life of the troubled teenager in her debut album Preacher’s Daughter.